The Permian Basin’s Power Problem
Despite being one of the world’s top energy consumers, the United States has recently become a net exporter of energy. The Permian region in West Texas, an epicenter of the fracking boom, is one of…
Texans will pay more for heat this winter
Texans can expect to pay a little more for heat this winter, reflecting colder weather that will increase consumption and higher prices for electricity which is the way more than half of Texas households heat their homes.
HSE Safety Moments
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Houston oil companies fight anti-fracking measure in Colorado
Houston oil and gas companies are at the center of a fight for their industry’s future in Colorado, where residents wary of deadly gas explosions, encroaching oil and gas development and hydraulic fracturing are pushing a ballot measure expected to cripple energy companies.
Electricity seller hopes to make consumers comfortable with buying wholesale power
Griddy, the wholesale electric power supplier for residential customers, has attracted 20,000 customers in Texas, impressive growth for a company in business for only a year. But the Los Angeles company has hit a wall of sorts.
Virtual Money Is Commodity Fit For CFTC Regs, Judge Says
Cryptocurrencies categorically meet the definition of a "commodity" and fall within the jurisdiction of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, a Massachusetts federal judge ruled Wednesday, allowing the agency to pursue fraud allegations against the founder and lead salesman of My Big Coin Inc.